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self-officiated

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  • adjective referring to a game which is officiated by the players, on the "honor system", rather than by an outside observer such as a referee

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  • Because Ultimate is self-officiated, you never have to wait for an umpire or a referee: almost everything gets settled with just a few words.

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  • Because Ultimate is self-officiated, you never have to wait for an umpire or a referee: almost everything gets settled with just a few words.

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  • That's difficult in a sport that is self-officiated at the NCAA Division 3 level.

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  • Sure, it has nice effects, but in a playground setting (just players and not officials of any kind), the play is self-officiated and some elements are obviously lacking in that regard.

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  • All teams are guaranteed to play at least three self-officiated games supervised by court monitors.

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  • "It's self-officiated, there is no referee," he said.

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